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“To create world-class, off-the-shelf software that automates the core financial business processes of Governments around the world.”
Don Gibbons, CFO
Bruce Lazenby, President/CEO
30 Years experience. Managed international systems for Canada’s largest Federal Department. Managed $13 billion of expenditures and $375 million of revenue.
20 years experience dealing with corporate restructuring, acquisitions, divestitures and financing. 10 years as CIBC investment banker in Canada and Asia.
Cuong Nguyen, VP Product Dev.
Gordon Graham, VP Marketing
25 years senior management and technology experience. Former VP, Engineering at Watchfire - built engineering team from 4 to more than 60. Was VP and CTO of company that had successful IPO in 1996.
18 years experience in sales, marketing and business development at Burntsand, Choreo Systems, ObjecTime and DEC. Extensive experience in product development and in establishing strategic relationships.
Mike McTaggart, VP Operations
John McCarthy, VP Sales
Over 25 years of experience in information systems, professional services and enterprise solutions. Hummingbird, PCDocs, Megalith, and Provenance. Previously established partnerships IBM, SAIC, PWC, and EDS.
Over 20 years government related experience. Former President of AMS Canada. Launched AMS eBusiness solutions and services to government and telecommunications sectors.
Focus on three key international projects:
Key Kosovo Requirements:
Pictures taken in Pristina by FreeBalance in May 2001
Serbian Police Station
5 blocks from FreeBalance offices
Restaurant in Pristina
2 blocks from
Rapid Deployment of FreeBalance eFinancials:
“FreeBalance’s software brings along with it internationally approved accounting practices and transparency, which otherwise take a long time to develop in such economies.”
(East Timor Ministry of Finance)
The UNTAET Mandate:
“If FreeBalance can help bring fiscal stability to Afghanistan’s beleaguered government, it will have accomplished not just a business coup, but a kind of miracle.”
(Canadian Business Magazine, December 2002)
Pictures taken in Kabul in October 2002
Views from Ministry of Finance office
Let’s assume the major vendors meet the accounting requirements...
That’s not the key to a successful solution.
What they do is the same –
How they do it makes all the difference.